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message 1: by Susan (new)

Susan (boswellbaxter) | 418 comments Thought some of you might be interested in this book set during the Wars of the Roses. I have it but have never had the chance to do more than to dip into it. It's now on Kindle (and I suppose other e-readers as well) for a decent price.

The Beggar's Throne


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Joan Szechtman | 401 comments Oddly, the Nook version at B&N has a David Francis as the author, but if you read the description, it says that David Falconieri. Based on the cover, etc., it is the same book.


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Firefly | 10 comments Thank you, Susan! Love it when they price the Kindle books more realistically. Anyone heard of Lord Protector?
A little out there in fantasy land but at 99¢ could be fun.


message 4: by Susan (new)

Susan (boswellbaxter) | 418 comments Firefly wrote: "Thank you, Susan! Love it when they price the Kindle books more realistically. Anyone heard of Lord Protector?
A little out there in fantasy land but at 99¢ could be fun."



I downloaded a sample of Lord Protector and wasn't really grabbed by it. But since the price is right, I might buy it at some point. I think Misfit has read it or downloaded it.


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Misfit | 1139 comments Mod
I did buy LP out of curiosity and I can handle $.99 for that. I read a bit and wasn't overly impressed. I'll eventually finish it one of these days.


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Firefly | 10 comments Misfit wrote: "I did buy LP out of curiosity and I can handle $.99 for that. I read a bit and wasn't overly impressed. I'll eventually finish it one of these days."

Thanks. Good to know. Too many of those 99¢ stinkers and you may as well have bought something worthwhile. Beggar's Throne looks like a decent deal at 2.99.


message 7: by Joan (new)

Joan Szechtman | 401 comments I like that I can sample it first.


message 8: by Misfit (new)

Misfit | 1139 comments Mod
Joan wrote: "I like that I can sample it first."

I couldn't agree more. Especially for the ones at the HF boards at Amazon that keep mentioning their books in the Bar none best historical fiction thread as the book to read :)


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